Funds currently open:

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Supporting birth parents whose child(ren) have been permanently removed from their care.

This Scottish Government fund aims to improve support for birth parents who no longer have care of their children on a permanent basis as a result of child protection processes. This fund is focused on community-based organisations with significant experience in supporting parents affected by child protection proceedings and which deliver frontline services.
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#ShiftThePower Scotland Comic Relief Fund

#ShiftThePower supports organisations with passionate people to make meaningful change in their communities. In 2022, the fund will be open to grassroots organisations and charities with an income of £250,000 or less whose work fits one of two strategic themes; children survive and thrive and mental health matters.

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Winter Support Small Grants Fund

The Winter Support Fund has reopened for applications. The purpose of the Winter Support Small Grants Fund is to provide small grants to charities and community groups across Scotland who can pass the funding on to families and individuals on low incomes.

Drugs Services Funds

The numbers of drug-related deaths in Scotland are too high. These deaths are tragic and avoidable and reducing them is a priority for all of us. The Scottish Government is now leading a national mission to improve lives, backed by significant additional resources. There remains a lot of hard work ahead, but with extra investment in essential services, the work we do will be more secure and signals a determination to make change and no longer to fail those who need and deserve our help.

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The Equity Programme

*Please note that this programme is not an open application process.

Stewart Investors have donated £150,000 to Corra Foundation to be distributed to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities affected by the coronavirus pandemic.  This work is being developed by Corra, and will work alongside Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities and networks.